The bond sell-off earlier this year has led to high levels of interest rate sensitivity in the stock market. Jeff Weniger makes the case for equity investors to allocate toward value stocks in a rising interest rate environment.
If low inflation after the 2009 global financial crisis lows meant growth stock dominance, does an inflation shock lead to new leadership by value stocks? Jeff Weniger discusses.
In today’s market, we believe it is paramount to defend against exorbitant valuations and segments that bleed upward along the size spectrum, all while preserving profitability. Fortunately, the WisdomTree U.S. MidCap Fund can do all three, and it has a 14-year history to prove it. Brian Manby discusses.